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BONDED DEBT 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



JUNE 30, 1911 



PREPARED UNDER DIRECTION OF 



THOMAS F. BOYLE 

AUDITOR OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



INDEX 



Page 

1 

. fled Del>1 

of Board of Super- ^ 

Bors 

Bonds Issued and 

7 



101ft i'i ,v„ni Bond Authorized Not 

9 


Bonds 3 



. :-ib 

^f^^iis'ni sW'of Bonds; 'also ? 

Punas if All Authorized Bobdc are Issued ■ ■ ■ • ■ 

, vF „„,, rm , id to June 30, 1911.. 19, 21, 23 



BONDED DEBT 

OF THE 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

JUNE 30, 1911 



PREPARED UNDER DIRECTION OF 

THOMAS F. BOYLE 

AUDITOR OF THE CITY AXD COUXTY OF SAX FRANCISCO. 



Bonds — Issue of July 1, 1904 — 3 % per cent interest. 

County Jail and Hall of Justice $174,000 

Golden Gate Park Extension to Presidio 278,800 

Hospital 100,000 

Library 493.200 

Mission Park 248,200 

Playgrounds 629,000 

Schools 577,800 

Sewers 181,200 

Streets 699,000 



Bonds — Issue of July 1, 1908 — 5 per cent interest. 

Fire Protection $4,200,000 

Garbage Disposal 848,000 

Hall of Justice 860,000 

Hospital 1,320.000 

Schools 3,500,000 

Sewers 2,600,000 



Bonds — Issue of January 1, 1909 — 4% per cent interest. 
Water Supply 

Bonds — Issue of January 1, 1910 — 4% per cent interest. 
Polytechnic High School 

Bonds — Issue of July 1, 1910 — 4% per cent interest. 

Geary Street Railway 

Bonds — Issue of July 1, 1910 — 4 % per cent interest. 

Water Supply 



$18,800,200.00 
Amount in Sinking Fund June 30, 1911 499,130.15 

Net bonded debt June 30, 1911 $18,301,069.85 



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POPULAR VOTE AUTHORIZING ISSUE OF BONDS 



3}£ PER CENT BONDS DATED JULY 1, 1904. 

Election September 29, 1903. 
Total vote, 27,308; % of vote necessary to carry, 18,206. 

Votes in 
Favor. 

County Jail and Hall of Justice 19,840 

Golden Gate Park Extension to Presidio 18,457 

Hospital Building 24,485 

Library 18,775 

Mission Park 19,421 

Playgrounds 19,642 

Schools 23,327 

Sewers 22,159 

Streets 22,180 



Also authorized by Ordinances 1114 and 1401 of Board of Supervisors. 

5 PER CENT BONDS, DATED JULY 1, 1908. 

Election May 11, 1908. 
Total vote, 23,560; % of vote necessary to carry, 15,707. 

Garbage System 20,653 

Hall of Justice 21,133 

Hospital 21,263 

Schools 21,397 

Sewers 21,401 

Fire Protection 21,488 



Also authorized by Ordinance No. 477 (New Series), Board of Supervisors. 



Excess of 


Total 


tes necessary 


Amounts 


to carry. 


voted for. 


1,634 


$697,000 


251 


330,000 


6,279 


1,000,000 


569 


1,647,000 


1,215 


293,000 


1,436 


741,000 


5,121 


3,595,000 


3,953 


7,250,000 


3,974 


1,621,000 




$17,174,000 



4,946 


$1,000,000 


5,426 


1,000,000 


5,556 


2,000,000 


5,690 


5,000,000 


6,694 


4,000,000 


5,781 


5,200,000 




$18,200,000 



4& PER CENT BONDS, DATED JAN. 1, 1909. 

Election November 12, 1908. 

Total vote, 41,137; % of vote necessary to carry, 27,425. 

34,572 



Water Supply 

Also authorized by Ordinance No. 643 (New Series), Board of Supervisors. 



4% PER CENT BONDS, DATED JAN. 1, 1910. 

Election June 22, 1909. 
Total vote, 24,058; % of vote necessary to carry, 16,039. 

Polytechnic High School 17,979 

Also authorized by Ordinance No. 905 (New Series), Board of Supervisors. 



1,940 



4& PER CENT BONDS, DATED JULY 1, 1910. 

Election December 30, 1909. 
Total vote, 43,189; % of vote necessary to carry, 28,793. 

Geary Street Railway — W. from Kearny street 31,151 

" " Kearny street to Ferries 30,869 

Also authorized by Ordinance No. 1062 (New Series), Board of Supervisors. 



2,358 
2,076 



1,900,000 
120,000 



4*£ PER CENT BONDS, DATED JULY 1, 1910. 

Election January 14, 1910. 
Total vote, 35,015; % of vote necessary to carry, 23,343. 

Hetch-Hetchy Water 32,88i 

Also authorized by Ordinance No. 1081 (New Series) of Board of Supervisors. 



45,000,000 



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3% PER CENT BONDS, ISSUE OF JULY 1, 1904 — WHEN ISSUED. 



Fiscal Fiscal 

Tear Tear 

1904-5. 1905-6. 

County Jail and Hall of Justice 1278,400 

Golden Gate Park Extension to Presidio 328,000 

Hospital 250,000 

Library 739,800 

Mission Park 292,000 

Playground 740,000 

Schools 1,077,600 

Sewers 724,800 

Streets 243,000 $324,000 



Fiscal 
Tear 
1906-7. 



Fiscal 
Tear 

1908-9. 



$181,200 
27,500 



Fiscal 

Tear 

1909-10. 



$181,200 
44,500 



Fiscal 
Tear 
1910-11. 



$39,000 
181,200 
148,000< 



$4,673,600 



Total. 

$278,400 
328,000 
250,000 
739,800 
292,000 
740,000 
1,116,600 
1,268,400 
942,000 

$5,955,200 



3M PER CENT BONDS, ISSUE OF JULY 1, 1904 — WHEN REDEEMED. 

Fiscal Fiscal Fiscal Fiscal Fiscal Fiscal 

Tear Tear Tear Tear Tear Tear 

1905-6. 1906-7. 1907-8. 1908-9. 1909-10. 1910-11 

County Jail and Hall of Justice $17,400 $17,400 $17,400 $17,400 $17,400 

Golden Gate Park Extension to Presidio 8,200 8,200 8,200 8,200 8,200 

Hospital 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 

Library 41,100 41,100 41,100 41,100 41,100 

Mission Park 7,300 7,300 7,300 7,300 7,300 

PlaygTounds 18,500 18,500 18,500 18,500 18,500 

Schools 89,800 89,800 89,800 89,800 89,800 

Sewers 181,200 181,200 181,200 181,200 181,200 

Streets 40,500 38,500 42,500 3S.500 41,000 

$429,000 $427,000 $431,000 $427,000 $429,500 



3% per cent Bonds of July 1, 1904 — Total issued, $5,955,200; total redeemed, $2,574,000; outstanding 



$17,400 


$104,400 


8,200 


49,200 


25,000 


150,000 


41,100 


246,600 


7,300 


43,800 


18,500 


111,000 


89,800 


538,800 


181,200 


1,087,200 


42,000 


243,000 


$430,500 


$2,574,000 


anding, $3,381,200. 



5 PER CENT BONDS, ISSUE OF JULY 1, 1908 — WHEN ISSUED. 

Fiscal 
Tear 
1908-9. 

Fire Protection $2,450,000 

Garbage Disposal 400,000 

Hall of Justice j 500,000 

Hospital 530,000 

Schools 2,000,000 

Sewers 800,000 



$6,680,000 



Fiscal 


Fiscal 




Tear 


Tear 


Total 


1909-10. 


1910-11. 




$1,750,000 




$4,200,000 


440,000 


8,000 


848,000 


160,000 


200,000 


860,000 


590,000 


200,000 


1,320,000 


900,000 


600,000 


3,500,000 


1,800,000 




2,600,000 



$5,640,000 $l,OOS.000 $13,328,000 



No bonds of issue of July 1, 1908, redeemed during fiscal year 1910-11. 



Water Supply 



4% PER CENT BONDS, ISSUE OF JANUARY 1, 1909 — WHEN ISSUED. 

$240,000 $360,000 



$600,000 



4% PER CENT BONDS, ISSUE OF JANUARY 1, 1909 — WHEN REDEEMED. 

Water Supply 100,000 $100,000 

4% PER CENT BONDS, ISSUE OF JANUARY 1, 1910 — WHEN ISSUED. 

Polytechnic High School 456,000 

No bonds redeemed during fiscal year 1910-11. 

4}4 PER CENT BONDS, ISSUE OF JULY 1, 1910 — WHEN ISSUED. 

Geary Street Railway 1,100,000 

No bonds redeemed during fiscal year 1910-11. 



4% PER CENT BONDS, ISSUE OF JULY 1, 1910. 

Hetch Hetchy Water (water supply) 

No bonds redeemed during fiscal year 1910-11. 



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3% PER CENT BONDS, ISSUE OF JULY 1, 1904 — GENERAL ACCOUNTING. 



Carried Never Issued 

at Bonds 

Election $25, $50, and $75 



County Jail and Hall of Justice $697,000 

Golden Gate Park Extension to Presidio 330,000 

Hospital 1,000,000 

Library ., 1,647,000 

Mission Park 293,000 

Playgrounds 741,000 

Schools 3,595,000 

Sewers 7,250,000 

Streets 1,621,000 



$17,174,000 



$278,400 
328,000 
250,000 
739,800 
292,000 
740,000 
1,116,600 
1,268,400 
942,000 

$5,955,200 



Canceled 1909-10 

Order of Board Not Issued 

of Supervisors or Canceled 

$417,600 

750,000 



1,975,600 

5,254,800 

648,000 

$9,046,000 



$904,200 



499,800 
724,800 
30,000 

$2,158,800 



Total authorized issue by popular vote $17,174,000 

Canceled, all $25, $50 and $75 bonds 14,000 



Issued 

Canceled by order Board of Supervisors. 
Not Issued or Canceled 



$17,160,000 



$100 Bonds 
County Jail and Hall of Justice — 

Issued and Redeemed 1 to 54 

Issued and Outstanding 55 " 144 

Canceled 145 " 360 

Golden Gate Park Extension — 

Issued and Redeemed 1 " 42 

Issued and Outstanding 43 " 280 

Hospital — 

Issued and Redeemed 1 " 120 

Issued and Outstanding 121 " 200 

Canceled 201 " 500 

Library — 

Issued and Redeemed 1 " 126 

Issued and Outstanding 127 " 378 

Not Issued 379 " 840 

Mission Park — 

Issued and Redeemed 1 " 4S 

Issued and Outstanding 49 " 320 

Playground — 

Issued and Redeemed 1 " 60 

Issued and Outstanding 61 " 430 

Schools — 

Issued and Redeemed 1 " 258 

Issued and Outstanding 259 " 516 

Not Issued 519 " 774 

Canceled 775 " 1735 

Sewers — 

Issued and Redeemed 1 " 552 

Issued and Outstanding 553 " 644 

Not Issued 645 " 1012 

Canceled 1013 " 3680 

Streets — ■ 

Issued and Redeemed 1 " 120 

Issued and Outstanding 121" 460 

Not Issued 461 " 480 

Canceled 481 " 800 



5,955,200 
9,046,000 
2,158,800 



1 to 30 
31 " 80 
81 " 200 



$1000 Bonds 

1 to 84 
85 " 224 
225 " 560 



$104,400 
174,000 
417,600 



1 ' 


' 42 


1 


' 24 


49.200 




43 ' 


• 278 


25 


' 161 


278,800 


328,000 


1 ' 


' 60 


1 


' 108 


150,000 




61 ' 


100 


109 ' 


' 180 


100,000 




101 • 


' 400 


181 ' 


• 750 


750,000 


1,000,000 


1 ' 


' 84 


1 


' 192 


246.600 




85 ' 


' 252 


193 ' 


• 576 


493,200 




253 ' 


566 


577 ' 


' 1277 


904,200 


1,644,000 


1 ' 


• IS 


1 ' 


' 30 


43,800 




19 ' 


120 


31 ' 


' 200 


248,200 


292,000 


1 ' 


' 18 


1 ' 


' 96 


111,000 




19 ' 


128 


97 ' 


' 633 


629,000 


740,000 


1 ' 


222 


1 ' 


• 402 


538,800 




223 ' 


444 


403 ' 


' 843 


577,800 




445 ' 


* 666 


844 ' 


• 1206 


499.800 




667 ' 


1481 


1207 ' 


' 2678 


1,975,600 


3,592,000 


1 ' 


408 


1 ' 


' 828 


1,087,200 




409 ' 


476 


829 ' 


966 


181,200 




477 ' 


' 748 


967 ' 


' 1518 


724,800 




749 ' 


2726 


1519 ' 


5517 


5,254,800 


7,248,000 


1 ' 


90 


1 ' 


186 


243,000 




91 ' 


346 


187 ' 


' 723 


699.000 




347 ' 


360 


724 ' 


744 


30,000 




361 ' 


606 


745 ' 


' 1237 


648,000 


1,620,000 



$17,160,000 



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BONDS REDEEMED, FISCAL YEAR 1910-11. 



County Jail and Hall of Justice, Bonds of 1904. 

Golden Gate Park Extension, Bonds of 1904 

Hospital, Bonds of 1904 

Library, Bonds of 1904 

Mission Park, Bonds of 1904 

Playgrounds, Bonds of 1904 

Schools, Bonds of 1904 

gewers, Bonds of 1904 

Streets, Bonds of 1904 

Water Supply, Bonds of 1909 



$100 Bonds 


$500 Bonds 


$1000 Bonds 


Amount 


46 to 54 


26 to 30 


71 to 84 


$17,400 


36 " 42 


36 " 42 


21 " 24 


8,200 


101 " 120 


51 " 60 


91 " 108 


25,000 


106 " 126 


71 " 84 


161 " 192 


41,100 


41 " 48 


16 '* 18 


26 " 30 


7,300 


51 " 60 


16 " 18 


81 " 96 


18,500 


216 " 258 


186 " 222 


336 " 402 


89,800 


461 " 552 


341 " 408 


691 " 828 


181,200 


101 " 120 


69 to 71 76 to 90 


156 " 186 


42,000 






101 " 200 


100.000 




$530,500 



BOND ACCOUNT — GENERAL STATEMENT FISCAL YEAR 1910-11. 



Outstanding 

Bonds 
June 30, 1910 
3& Per Cent Bonds of July 1, 1904 — 

County Jail and Hall of Justice $191,400 

Golden Gate Park Extension 287,000 

Hospital 125,000 

Library 534,300 

Mission Park 255,500 

Playgrounds 647,500 

Schools 628,600 

Sewers 181,200 

Streets 593,000 

4\& Per Cent Bonds of January 1, 1909. 

Water Supply 500,000 

5 Per Cent Bonds of July 1, 1908 — 

Fire Protection 4,200,000 

Garbage Disposal 840,000 

Hospital 1,120,000 

Hall of Justice 660,000 

Schools 2,900,000 

Sewer 2,600,000 

4% Per Cent Bonds of January 1, 1910 — 

Polytechnic High School 

4% Per Cent Bonds of July 1, 1910 — 

Geary Street Railway 

4}£ Per Cent Bonds of July 1, 1910 — 

Water Supply 



Issued 


Redeemed 


Outstanding 


1910-11 


1910-11 


June 30, 1911 




$17,400 


$174,000 




8,200 


278,800 




25,000 


100,000 




41,100 


493,200 




7,300 


248,200 




18,500 


629,000 


$39,000 


89,800 


577,800 


181,200 


181,200 


181,200 


148,000 


42,000 


699,000 



8,000 
200,000 
200,000 
600,000 



$16,263,500 



$3,067,200 



4,200,000 
848,000 

1,320,000 
860,000 

3.500.000 

2,600,000 



456,000 

1,100.000 

135,000 



$530,500 $18,800,200 



BONDS AUTHORIZED BY POPULAR VOTE AND BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. 

Not Canceled and Not Issued June 30, 1911. 

Library Bonds 

School " 

Sewer " 



Street 

Fire Protection . . 
Garbage Disposal 
Hall of Justice . . 

Hospital 

School 

Sewer 



Polytechnic High School. 

Geary Street Railway 

Water Supply 



of 1904 %Vi% 


$904,200 






499,800 


" 


" 


724,800 




" 


30,000 


" 1908 


5% 


1,000,000 

152,000 

140,000 

680,000 

1,500,000 

1,400,000 


" 1910 4%% 


144,000 


" " 


" 


920,000 


M «* 




44,865,000 




$52,959,800 



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BONDS OF JTLY 1, 1904 — WHEN DUE. 



County Jail 
When Due and Hall 

of Justice 

June 30, 1911 $17,400 

" " 1912 17,400 

" " 1913 17,400 

" " 1914 17,400 

" " 1915 17,400 

" " 1916 17,400 

" " 1917 17,400 

" " 1918 17,400 

" " 1919 17,400 

" " 1920 17,400 

" " 1921 Canceled 

" 1922 Canceled 

" 1923 Canceled 

" " 1924 Canceled 

" 1925 Canceled 

" 1926 Canceled 

" 1927 Canceled 

" " 1928 Canceled 

" 1929 Canceled 

" 1930 Canceled 

" 1931 Canceled 

" 1932 Canceled 

" 1933 Canceled 

" 1934 Canceled 

" " 1935 Canceled 

" 1936 Canceled 

" 1937 Canceled 

" 1938 Canceled 

" 1939 Canceled 

" 1940 Canceled 

" 1941 Canceled 

" 1942 Canceled 

" 1943 Canceled 

" 1944 Canceled 



Golden Gate 
















Park 


Hospital 


Library 


Mission 


Play- 


Schools 


Streets 


Sewers 


Extension 






Park 


grounds 








$8,200 


$25,000 


$41,100 


$7,300 


$18,500 


$89,800 


$40,500 


$181,200 


8,200 


25,000 


41,100 


7,300 


18,500 


89,800 


40,500 




8,200 


25,000 


41,100 


7,300 


18,500 


89,800 


40,500 




8,200 


25,000 


41,100 


7,300 


18,500 


89,800 


40,500 




8,200 


Canceled 


41,100 


7,300 


18,500 


89,800 


40,500 




8,200 


Canceled 


41,100 


7,300 


18,500 


89,800 


40,500 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 


41,100 


7,300 


18,500 


39,000 


40,500 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 


41,100 


7,300 


18,500 




40,500 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 


41,100 


7,300 


18,500 




40,500 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 


41,100 


7,300 


18,500 




40,500 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 


41,100 


7,300 


18,500 




40,500 


Canceled 


8.200 


Canceled 


41,100 


7,300 


18,500 




40,500 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


40.500 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


40,500 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


40,500 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7.300 


18,500 


Canceled 


40,500 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


40.500 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18.500 


Canceled 


10,500 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 


8.200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 


•• • • •> 


7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7.300 


18.500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


1S.500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 


8,200 


Canceled 




7,300 


18,500 


Canceled 


Canceled 


Canceled 



$174,000 $278,800 $100,000 $493,200 $248,200 $629,000 $577,800 $699,000 $181,200 



Each blank space above indicates the annual amount not issued, being the same as appears at top of column 
where blanks occur. 

BONDS OF JANUARY 1, 1909 — WHEN DUE — WATER SUPPLY. 

January 1, 1912 $100,000 

" 1913 100,000 

■• 1914 100,000 

" "1915 100,000 

$400,000 



I 11 J 



NUMBERS OF BONDS, ISSUE OP JULY 1, 1008, SOLD A1ND WHEN DUE — ALL BONDS $1000 EACH. 



Due. 


Fire 
Protection. 


Garbage 
Disposal. 


Hall of 
Justice. 


Hospital. 


Schools. 


Sewers 


July 1. 1911.. 






50— lto 50 


















" " 1912. 






42— 51 ' 


92 


43— 1 to 43 














" " 1913.. 






42—101 ' 


142 


43— 51 " 


93 


66— 1 to 66 










" " 1914.. 






42—151 ' 


192 


43—101 ' 


143 


66— 101 ' 


166 


140— 1 to 140 






" " 1915.. 






42—201 ' 


242 


43—151 ' 


193 


66— 201 ' 


266 


140— 201 ' 


340 


65— 1 to 65 


" " 1916.. 


. 105— 1 to 105 


42—251 ' 


292 


43—201 ' 


243 


66— 301 ' 


366 


140— 401 ' 


540 


65— 101 ' 


165 


" " 1917.. 


105— 131 ' 


235 


42—301 ' 


342 


43—251 " 


293 


66— 401 ' 


466 


140— 601 ' 


740 


65— 201 ' 


265 


" " 1918.. 


. 105— 261 ' 


365 


42—351 ' 


392 


43—301 ' 


343 


66— 501 ' 


566 


140— 801 ' 


940 


65— 301 ' 


365 


" " 1919.. 


. 105— 391 ' 


495 


42—401 ' 


442 


43—351 ' 


393 


66— 601 ' 


666 


140—1001 ' 


1140 


65— 401 ' 


465 


" " 1920.. 


. 105— 521 ' 


625 


42—451 ' 


492 


43—401 " 


443 


66— 701 ' 


766 


140—1201 ' 


1340 


65— 501 ' 


565 


" " 1921.. 


. 105— 651 ' 


755 


42—501 ■ 


542 


43—451 ' 


493 


66— 801 ' 


866 


140—1401 ' 


1540 


65— 601 ■ 


665 


" " 1922.. 


. 105— 781 ' 


885 


42—551 ' 


592 


43—501 * 


543 


66— 901 ' 


966 


140—1601 ' 


1740 


65— 701 ' 


765 


" " 1923. 


. 105— 911 ' 


1015 


42—601 ' 


642 


43—551 " 


593 


66—1001 ' 


1066 


140—1801 • 


1940 


65— 801 ' 


865 


" " 1924.. 


. 105—1041 ' 


1145 


42—651 ' 


692 


43—601 ' 


643 


66—1101 ' 


1166 


140—2001 ' 


2140 


65— 901 ' 


965 


" " 1925.. 


. 105—1171 ' 


1275 


42—701 ' 


742 


43—651 ' 


693 


66—1201 ' 


1266 


140—2201 * 


2340 


65—1001 ' 


1065 


" " 1926.. 


. 105—1301 ' 


1405 


42—751 " 


792 


43—701 ' 


743 


66—1301 ' 


1366 


140—2401 ' 


2540 


65—1101 ' 


1165 


" " 1927.. 


. 105—1431 ' 


1535 


42—801 ' 


842 


43—751 ' 


793 


66—1401 ' 


1466 


140—2601 ' 


2740 


65—1201 ' 


1265 


" " 1928.. 


. 105—1561 ' 


1665 


42—851 ' 


892 


43—801 ' 


843 


66—1501 * 


1566 


140—2801 * 


2940 


65—1301 ' 


1365 


" " 1929.. 


. 105^-1691 ' 


1795 


42—901 ' 


942 


43—851 " 


893 


66—1601 ' 


1666 


140—3001 ' 


3140 


65—1401 ' 


1465 


" " 1930. 


. 105—1821 ' 


1925 


42—951 ' 


992 


43—901 ' 


943 


66—1701 ' 


1766 


140—3201 ' 


3340 


65—1501 ' 


1565 


" " 1931. 


. 105—1951 ' 


2055 






43—951 ' 


993 


66—1801 ' 


1866 


140—3401 ' 


3540 


65—1601 ' 


1665 


" " 1932. 


. 105—2081 ' 


2185 










66—1901 ' 


1966 


140—3601 ' 


3740 


65—1701 ' 


1765 


" " 1933. 


. 105—2211 ' 


2315 














140—3801 ' 


3940 


65—1801 ' 


1865 


" " 1934. 


. 105—2341 ' 


2445 














140—4001 ' 


4140 


65—1901 ' 


1965 


" " 1935. 


. 105—2471 ' 


2575 














140—4201 ' 


4340 


65—2001 ' 


2065 


" " 1936. 


. 105—2601 ' 


2705 














140 — 4401 ' 


4540 


65—2101 ' 


2165 


" " 1937. 


. 105—2731 ' 


2835 














140 — 4601 ' 


4740 


65—2201 ' 


2265 


" " 1938. 


. 105—2861 ' 


2965 














140—4801 ' 


4940 


65—2301 ' 


2365 


" *' 1939. 


. 105—2991 ' 


3095 


















65—2401 ' 


2465 


" " 1940. 


. 105—3121 ' 


3225 


















65—2501 " 


2565 


" " 1941. 


. 105—3251 ' 


3355 


















65—2601 ' 


2665 


" " 1942. 


. 105—3381 ' 


3485 


















65—2701 ' 


2765 


" " 1943. 


.105—3511 ' 


3615 


















65—2801 ' 


2865 


" " 1944. 


. 105—3641 * 


3745 


















65—2901 * 


2965 


" " 1945. 


. 105—3771 ' 


3875 


















65—3001 ' 


3065 


" " 1946. 


. 105—3901 ' 


4005 


















65—3101 ' 


3165 


" " 1947. 


105 — 4031 • 


4135 


















65—3201 ' 


3265 


" " 1948. 


. 105—4161 ' 


4265 


















65—3301 ' 


3365 


" " 1949. 


.105—4291 ' 


4395 


















65—3401 ' 


3465 


" " 1950. 


. 105—4421 ' 


4525 


















65—3501 ' 


3565 


" " 1951. 


. 105—4551 ' 


' 4655 


















65—3601 ' 


3665 


" " 1952. 


. 105—4681 ' 


4785 


















65—3701 ' 


3765 


" " 1953. 


. 105—4811 ' 


4915 


















65—3801 ' 


3865 


" " 1954. 


. 105—4941 ' 


' 5045 


















65—3901 ' 


3965 


" " 1955. 


. 105—5071 ' 


5175 























RECAPITULATION. 
Being Sales of Bonds of Issue of July 1, 1908, for 3 Years Ending June 30, 1011. 



Fire Protection 4,200 Bonds 

Garbage Disposal 848 

Hall of Justice 860 

Hospital 1.320 

Schools 3,500 

Sewers 2,600 

13,328 



$4,200,000 

848,000 

860,000 

1,320,000 

3,500,000 

2,600,000 

$13,328,000 



Premium. 
$478,867.90 
65,104.00 
67,890.60 
87,484.60 
261,263.40 
262,703.50 



Average premium about .0918 



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NUMBERS OF BONDS SOLD AND WHEN DUE, POLYTECHNIC HIGH SCHOOL AND GEARY STREET 
RAILWAY — ALL BONDS $1000 EACH. 



Polytechnic High School. 



When Due 

January 1, 1914. 

" 1915. 

" 1916. 

'• 1917. 

" 1918. 

" " 1919. 

" 1920. 

" 1921. 

'• 1922. 

" 1923. 

" 1924. 

" 1925. 

" 1926. 

" 1927. 

" 1928. 

" 1929. 

" 1930. 

" 1931. 

" 1932. 

" 1933. 

" 1934. 

" 1935. 

" 1936. 

" 1937. 



101 


' 119 


126 


• 144 


151 


' 169 


176 


' 194 


201 


' 219 


226 


' 244 


251 


' 269 


276 


' 294 


301 


' 319 


326 


' 344 


351 


' 369 


376 ' 


' 394 


401 


' 419 


426 


' 444 


451 ' 


' 469 


476 ' 


' 494 


501 ' 


' 519 


526 


* 544 


551 


' 569 


576 ' 


' 594 



Geary Street Railway. 

When Due 

July 1, 1915 55 1 to 55 

" " 1916 55 96 " 150 

" " 1917 55 191 " 245 

" " 1918 55 286 " 340 

" " 1919 55 381 " 435 

" " 1920 55 476 " 530 

" " 1921 55 571 " 625 

" " 1922 55 666 " 720 

" " 1923 55 761 " 815 

'" " 1924 55 856 " 910 

" " 1925 55 951 " 1005 

" " 1926 55 1046 " 1100 

" " 1927 55 1141 " 1195 

" " 1928 55 1236 " 1290 

" " 1929 55 1331 " 1385 

" " 1930 55 1426 " 1480 

" " 1931 55 1521 " 1575 

" " 1932 55 1616 " 1670 

" " 1933 55 1711 " 1765 

" " 1934 55 1806 " 1860 

1100 $1,100,000 



Premiums received, $26,750. 



456 $456,000 
Premium received, $1758. 

NUMBERS OF BONDS SOLD AND WHEN DUE — WATER SUPPLY BONDS OF JULY 1, 1910. 



July 1, 1920 12 

1941 25 



1961. 
1961. 



1963. 
1964. 



lto 12 

21,001 " 21,025 

22,001 " 22,013 

41,001 " 41,008 

41,014 " 41,016 

42,001 " 42,025 

43.001 " 43,025 

44.002 " 44,025 

$135,000 



SALES OF BONDS — FISCAL YEAR 1910-11. 



School Bonds Of 

Sewer Bonds " 

Street Bonds " 

Garbage Bonds " 

Hospital Bonds " 

Hall of Justice Bonds " 

School Bonds " 

Polytechnic High School Bonds " 

Geary Street Railway Bonds " 

Water Supply Bonds " 





Accrued 




Bonds 


Interest 


Premiums 


$39,000 


$387.54 




181,200 






148,000 


1,597.48 




8,000 






200,000 


3,944.44 


$7,850.00 


200,000 


3,944.44 


7,230.00 


600,000 


11,833.33 


29,070.00 


456,000 


8,679.00 


1,758.00 


1,100,000 


10,636.61 


267.50 


135,000 


2,351.13 




3,067,200 


$43,373.97 


$46,175.50 



[15] 



BONDED DEBT, SINKING FUND, AND AMOUNT ON HAND FROM SALE OF BONDS JUNE 80, 1911. 



Bonds Outstanding 
June 30,1911 
3% Per Cent Bonds of July 1, 1904 — 

County Jail and Hall of Justice $174,000 

Golden Gate Park Extension 278,800 

Hospital 100,000 

Library 493,200 

Mission Park 248,200 

Playgrounds 629,000 

Schools 577,800 

Sewers 181,200 

Streets 699,000 $3,381,21 



5 Per Cent Bonds of July 1, 1908 — 

Fire Protection 4,200,000 

Garbage Disposal 848,000 

Hall of Justice 860,000 

Hospital 1,320,000 

School 3,500,000 

Sewer 2,600,000 







Amount on 




Amount in 


Hand From 


Bonds Due 


Sinking Fund 


Sale of Bonds 


June 30,1911 


June 30,1911 


June 30, 1911 


$17,400 


$18,354.06 


$13,161.15 


8,200 


8,898.03 




25,000 


25,962.43 


71.75 


41,100 


42,728.26 


123,497.88 


7,300 


7,865.26 


340.66 


18,500 


19,293.34 


54.56 


89,800 


93,080.26 


32,353.58 


181,200 


188,668.48 


266,867.62 


40,500 


42,059.20 


67,303.56 


50,000 


50,333.40 


454,394.05 
240,814.47 
416,675.74 
433,482.96 
782,927.23 



Bonds Due 
Jan. 1, 1912 



4% Per Cent Bonds of January 1, 1909 — 

Water Supply 400,000 

4% Per Cent Bonds of January 1, 1910 — 

Polytechnic High School 456,000 

4% Per Cent Bonds of July 1, 1910 — 

Geary Street Railway 1,100,000 

4% Per Cent Bonds of July 1, 1910 — 

Water Supply 135,000 

Total Bonds Outstanding $18,800,200 

Deduct Sinking Fund 499,130.15 

Net Bonded Debt, June 30, 1911 $18,301,069.85 



$499,130.15 



265.13 
444,654.57 
917,852.10 
107,813.56 



ANNUAL SINKING FUND, IF ALL AUTHORIZED BONDS ARE ISSUED. 



Sinking Fund 
Commences 
Bonds of 1904 — 

County Jail and Hall of Justice 1911 

Golden Gate Park Extension 1911 

Hospital 1911 

Library 1911 

Mission Park 1911 

Playgrounds 1911 

Schools 1911 

Sewers 1911 

Streets 1911 

Bonds of 1908 — 

Fire Protection 1916 

Garbage Disposal 1911 

Hall of Justice 1912 

Hospital 1913 

School 1914 

Sewer l 9i5 

Bonds of 1909 — 

Water Supply I 9 ! 2 

Bonds of 1910 — 

Polytechnic High School l 9i4 

Geary Street Railway I 9 ! 5 

Water Supply I 920 





Annual 


(inking Fund 


Sinking 


Ends 


Fund 


1920 


$17,400 


1944 


8,200 


1914 


25,000 


1944 


41,100 


1944 


7,300 


1944 


18,500 


1922 


89,800 


1915 


181,200 


1928 


40,500 


1955 


130,000 


1930 


50,000 


1931 


50,000 


1932 


100,000 


1938 


200,000 


1954 


100,000 



1937 


25,000 


1934 


101,000 


1964 


1,000,000 



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COUPON* ACCOUNT — FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1911. 

County Jail and Hall of Justice- 
Bonds of 1904, 3% per cent 
Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$191,400 6 mos $3,349.50 

174,000 6 " 3,045.00 $6,394.50 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 6,394.50 



Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911 

$100 Bonds, Coupon No. 13, Bonds 205 to 208, 247, 262, 288, 332, 351, 304, 

10 Coupons @ $1.75 

$500 Bonds, Coupon No. 13, Bonds 95, 107, 122, 163, 180, 191, 208, 219, 

233, 248, 10 Coupons @ $8.75 

$1000 Bonds, Coupon No. 13, Bond 342 



122.; 



Golden Gate Park Extension — 

Bonds of 1904, 3"4 per cent 
Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$287,000 6 mos 5,022.50 

278.800 6 " 4,879.00 9,901.50 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 9,901.50 



Hospital — 

Bonds of 1904, 3*4 per cent 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1910 87.50 

Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$125,000 6 mos 2,187.50 

100,000 6 " 1,750.00 4,025.00 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 3,937.50 



Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911 

$500 Bonds. Coupon No. 4, Bonds 11 to 20, 10 Coupons @ $8.75 87.50 

Library — 

Bonds of 1904, 3*4 per cent 
Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$534,300 6 mos 9,350.25 

493,200 6 " 8,631.00 17,981.25 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 17,858.75 



Mission Park — 

Bonds of 1904, 3% per cent. 
Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$255,500 6 mos 4,471.25 

248,200 6 " 4,343.50 8,814.75 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 8,814.75 



Playgrounds — 

Bonds of 1904, 3% per cent 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1910 17.50 

Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$647,500 6 mos 11,331.25 

629,000 6 " 11,007.50 22,356.25 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 22,356.25 

Schools — 

Bonds of 1904, 3% per cent 
Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$628,600 6 mos 11,000.50 

538,800 6 " 9,429.00 

3,000 6 " 52.50 20.482.00 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 20,482.00 

119.00 forward 



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Sewers — 

Bonds of 1904, 3% per cent 
No interest paid on these, but all coupons attached to bonds redeemed 
are placed on file. 

Streets- 
Bonds of 1904, 3% per cent. 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1910 169.75 

Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$591,500 6 mos 10,351.25 

551,000 6 " 9,642.50 

99,000 6 " 1,732.50 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911 

$100 Bonds, No. 13, Bonds 364, 365, 366, 3 Coupons @ $1.75 5.25 

500 Bonds, No. 13, Bonds 239, 240, Nos. 11, 12, 13, Bond 272, 5 Coupons 

@ $8.75 43.75 

$1000 Bonds, No. 13, Bond 494, Nos. 11 to 13, Bond 552, 4 Coupons $17.50. 70.00 

119.00 
Fire Protection — 

Bonds of 1908, 5 per cent 
Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$4,200,000 1 year 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911 

Coupon No. 5 of Bonds 494, 949, 950, 3795, 4 Coupons @ $25 100.00 

Garbage Disposal — 

Bonds of 1908, 5 per cent 
Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$840,000 1 year 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 

Hall of Justice- 
Bonds Qf 190S, 5 per cent 
Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$660,000 1 year 33,000.00 

200,000 6 mos 5,000.00 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 

Hospital — 

Bonds of 1908, 5 per cent 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1910 450.00 

Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$1,120,000 1 year 56,000.00 

200,000 6 mos 5,000.00 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 

School — 

Bonds of 1908, 5 per cent 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1910 900.00 

Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$2,900,000 1 year 145,000.00 

600,000 6 mos 15,000.00 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911 

Coupon No. 5 of Bonds 2421 to 2429, 9 Coupons @ $25 225.00 

Sewer- — 

Bonds of 1908, 5 per cent 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1910 350.00 

Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$2,600,000 1 year 130,000.00 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911 

Coupon No. 5, Bonds 3216 to 3220, 5 Coupons @ $25 125.00 



$210.00 



21,896.00 
21,777.00 



$210,000.00 
209,900.00 



42,000.00 
42,000.00 



38,000.00 
38,000.00 



61,450.00 
61,450.00 



160,900.00 
160,675.00 



130,350.00 
130,225.00 



[ 21] 



forward $779.00 

Water Supply — 

Bonds of 1909, 4% per cent. 
Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$500,000 1 year 22,500.00 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 22,117.50 



Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911 

Coupon No. 4 of Bonds 271 to 285, 299, 300, 17 Coupons @ $22.50. 



Polytechnic High School — 

Bonds of 1910, 4*4 per cent. 
Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$144,600 6 mos 3,240.00 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 3,240.00 

Geary Street Railway — 

Bonds of 1910, i% per cent. 
Coupons due fiscal year 1910-11 — 

$448,000 6 mos 10,080.00 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1910-11 9,990.00 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911 

Coupon No. 1, Bonds 1259, 1260, 1344, 1345, 4 Coupons @ $22.50 90.00 

Total Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911 



Rlncon Pub. Co. Print. ea§Sg£^> 130 McAllister St.. S. F. 

[ 23] 



BONDED DEBT "* %?* 



% 



OF THE 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
JUNE 30, 1912 



PREPARED UNDER DIRECTION OF 

THOMAS F. BOYLE 

AUDITOR OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



INDEX 



Page 

Net Bonded Debt 1 

Authority for Issue of Bonds — Popular Vote and Ordinances of Board of Supervisors 3 

Bonds Issued and Redeemed 5 

General Accounting Bonds of 1904 7 

Bonds Sold and Redeemed, 1911-12, and Annual Sinking Funds, etc 9 

Bond Account — General Statement Fiscal Year 1911-12 and Authorized Issue to June 

30, 1912 11 

Bonds of 1904 and 1909, When Due 13 

Number of Bonds and When Due, Issue of July 1, 1908, also Sales of Bonds, Issue 

of July 1, 1908 15 

Number of Bonds and When Due, Miscellaneous 17 

Coupon Account, Showing Each Coupon Due and Unpaid to June 30, 1912 19,21,23 






BONDED DEBT 

OF THE 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

JUNE 30, 1912 



PREPARED UNDER DIRECTION OF 

THOMAS F. BOYLE 

AUDITOR OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Bonds Outstanding Bonds Due 
Bonds of July 1, 1904. 3V 2 %. June 30, 1912. June 30, 1912. 

County Jail— Hall of Justice $ 156,600 $ 17,400 

Golden Gate Park Extension 270,600 8,200 

Hospital 75,000 25,000 

Library 452,100 41,100 

Mission Park 240,900 7,300 

Plavground 610,500 18,500 

Schools 676,900 89,800 

Sewers 181,200 181,200 

Streets 6S8,500 40,500 

$ 3,352,300 

Bonds of July 1, 1908. 5%. 

Fire Protection $ 4,520,000 

Garbage Disposal 806,000 50,000 

Hall of Justice 1,000,000 50,000 

Hospital 1,520,000 

Schools 4,000,000 

Sewers 3,200,000 

15,046,000 

Miscellaneous Bonds. 4V 2 %. 

Water Supply of Jan. 1. 1909 $ 300,000 Due Jan. 1, 1912, 100,000 

Polytechnic High School, Jan. 1, 1910.... 456,000 
Gea"rv Street Railway of July 1, 1910.... 1,900,000 
Water Supply of July 1, 1910 1,125,000 

3,781,000 

Total Bonds Outstanding June 30, 1912....$22,179,300 $22,179,300 $629,000 

Deduct Sinking Fund $ 542,494.15 

Net Bonded Debt June 30, 1912 $21,636,805.85 , 





Amount 


Amount on 


on Hand from 


Sinking Fund 


Sale of Bonds 


June 30, 1912. 


June 30, 1912. 


$ 18,457.66 

8,935.24 

25,674.81 

42,813.47 

7,773.05 


123,497.88 


19,326.74 
93,353.38 

182,668.83 
41,716.40 


1,984.18 

232,195.80 

26,742.69 


50,271.00 
49,740.95 


481,530.80 

437,109.35 

45,860.08 

84,413.17 

68,755.64 




280,386.77 



1,762.62 



254,838.78 

1,333.224.17 

348,396.01 



$542,494.15 $3,718,935.32 



PREMIUMS ON SALES OF BONDS TO JUNE 30, 1912. 

Bonds of 1904 3^-,% * 230.00 

Bonds of 1908 5 "% 1,316,331.00 

Bonds of 1910 4M>% Polytechnic High School 1,758.00 

Bonds of 1910 4%% Geary Street Railway 2,341.50 

Total $1,320,660.50 

[1] 



POPULAR VOTE AUTHORIZING ISSUE OF BONDS 



Sy 2 PER CENT BONDS DATED JULY 1, 1904. 
Election September 29, 1903. 
Total vote. 27,308; % of vote necessary to carry, viz.: 18,206. 

Excess of 

Votes in Votes necessary 

Favor. to carry. 

junty Jail and Hall of Justice 19,840 1,634* 

olden Gate Park Extension to Presidio 18,457 251 

ospital 24,485 6,279 

ibrary 18,775 569 

ission Park 19,421 1,215 

laygrounds 19,642 1,436 

;hools 23,327 5,121 

swers 22,159 3,953 

:reets 22,180 3,974 



Also authorized by Ordinances 1114 and 1401 of Board of Supervisors. 

5 PEE CENT BONDS, OF JULY 1, 1908. 

Election May 11, 1908. 

Total vote, 23,560; % of vote necessary to carry, viz: 15,707. 

arbage System 20,653 

ire Protection 21,488 

all of Justice 21,133 

ospital 21,263 

chools 21,397 

ewers 21,401 

Also authorized by Ordinance No. 4?7 (New Series) Board of Supervisors. 

4V 2 FEB CENT BONDS, JAN. 1, 1909. 

Election November 12, 1908. 
Total vote, 41,137; % of vote necessary to carry, viz.: 27,425. 

rater Supply 34,572 

Also authorized by Ordinance No. 643 (New Series) Board of Supervisors. 

414 PER CENT BONDS, JAN. 1, 1910. 

Election June 22, 1909. 

Total vote, 24,058; % of vote necessary to carry, viz.: 16,039. 

olytechnic High School 17,979 

Also authorized by Ordinance No. 905 (New Series) Board of Supervisors. 

4V 2 PEE CENT BONDS, OF JULY 1, 1910. 

Election December 30, 1909. 

Total vote, 43,189; % of vote necessary to carry, viz: 28,793. 

reary Street Railway- — West from Kearny Street 31,151 

1 " " Kearny Street to Ferries 30,869 

Also authorized by Ordinance No. 1062 (New Series) Board of Supervisors. 

4V 2 PER CENT BONDS, OF JULY 1, 1910. 
Electio^'ief^'14, 1910. 
Total vote, 35,015; % vote necessary to carry, viz: 23,343. 

vater Supply 32,886 

Also authorized by Ordinance No. 1081 (New Series) Board of Supervisors. 

5 PER CENT BONDS, OF MAY 1, 1912. 

Election November 15, 1910. 
Total vote, 45,8S9; % of vote necessary to carry, viz: 30,593. 

Ixposition 42,024 

Also authorized by Ordinance No. 1090 of Board of Supervisors. 

5 PER CENT BONDS, OF JULY 1, 1912. 
Election March 28, 1912. 
QJJy jjgjj Total vote, 49,498; % of vote necessary to carry, viz: 32,999. 
"Also authorized by Ordinance No. 1873 Board of Supervisors 45,129 

[3] 



7,147 



2,358 
2,076 



9,543 



11,431 



12,130 



Amount 

voted for. 

$ 697,000 

330,000 

1,000,000 

1,647,000 

293,000 

741,000 

3,595,000 

7,250,000 

1,621,000 

$17,174,000 



4,946 


$1,000,000 


5,781 


5,200,000 


5,426 


1,000,000 


5,556 


2,000,000 


5,690 


5,000,000 


5,694 


4,000,000 




$18,200,000 



600,000 



600,000 



1,900,000 
120,000 



45,000,000 



5,000,000 



5,800,000 



3»/ 2 PEE CENT BONDS OF JULY 1, 1904— WHEN ISSUED. 



Fiscal 
Year 
1904-5. 
County Jail & Hall of Justice* 278,400 
Golden Gate Park Extension.... 328,000 

Hospital 250,000 

Library 739,800 

Mission Park 292,000 

Playgrounds 740,000 

Schools 1,077,600 



Fiscal 
Year 

1905-6. 



Fiscal 
Year 

1906-7. 



Fiscal 
Year 

1908-9. 



Fiscal 
Year 

1909-10. 



Fiscal 
Year 

1910-11. 



Fiscal 
Year 

1911-12. 



Sewers 



724,800 



Streets 243,000 324,000 155,000 



$ 39,000 $188,900 

$181,200 $181,200 181,200 181,200 



27,500 



44,500 148,000 



30,000 



Total. 

* 278,400 
328,000 
250,000 
739,800 
292,000 
740,000 
1,305,500 
1,449,100 
972,000 



1,673,600 $324,000 $155,000 $208,700 $225,700 $368,200 $400,100 $6,355,300 



3V 2 PEE CENT BONDS, OF JULY 1, 1904— WHEN EEDEEMED. 



Fiscal 
Year 
1905-6. 
County Jail & Hall of Justice....$ 17,400 

Golden Gate Park Extension 8,200 

Hospital 25,000 

Library 41,100 

Mission Park 7,300 

Playgrounds 18,500 

School 89,800 

Sewers 181,200 

Streets 40,500 



Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 




Year 


Year 


Year 


Year 


Year 


Year 


Total. 


1906-7. 


1907-8. 


1908-9. 


1909-10. 


1910-11. 


1911-12. 




$ 17,400 


$ 17,400 


$ 17,400 


$ 17,400 


$ 17,400 


$ 17,400 


$ 121,800 


8,200 


8,200 


8,200 


8,200 


8,200 


8,200 


57,400 


25,000 


25,000 


25,000 


25,000 


25,000 


25,000 


175,000 


41,100 


41,100 


41,100 


41,100 


41,100 


41,100 


287,700 


7,300 


7,300 


7,300 


7,300 


7,300 


7,300 


51,100 


18,500 


18,500 


18,500 


18,500 


18,500 


18,500 


129,500 


89,800 


89,800 


89,800 


89,800 


89,800 


89,800 


628,600 


181,200 


181,200 


181,200 


181,200 


1S1,200 


181,200 


1,268,400 


38,500 


42,500 


38,500 


41,000 


42,000 


40,500 


283,500 



$429,000 $427,000 $431,000 $427,000 $429,500 $430,500 $429,000 $3,003,000 



5 PEE CENT BONDS, OF JULY 1, 1908— WHEN ISSUED. 



Fiscal Fiscal 

Year Year 

1908-9. 1909-10. 

Fire Protection $2,450,000 $1,750,000 

Garbage Disposal 400,000 440,000 

Hall of Justice 500,000 160,000 

Hospital 530,000 590,000 

Schools 2,000,000 900,000 

Sewers 800,000 1,800,000 



Fiscal 

Year 

1910-11. 

I 8,000 
200,000 
200,000 



Fiscal 

Year 

1911-12. 

I 320,000 
8,000 
140,000 
200,000 
500,000 
600,000 



Total. 

$ 4,520,000 
856,000 
1,000,000 
1,520,000 
4,000,000 
3,200,000 



$6,680,000 $5,640,000 $1,008,000 $1,768,000 $15,096,000 



5 PEE CENT BONDS, JULY 1, 1908— WHEN EEDEEMED. 



Garbage Disposal 



$ 50,000 $ 50,000 



41/2 PEE CENT BONDS, OF JAN. 1, 1909. 



Water Supply— When Issued $ 240,000 

Water Supply — When Redeemed 



360,000 
100,000 



100,000 100,000 



600,000 
300,000 



MISCELLANEOUS BONDS, 4%%— WHEN ISSUED, NONE EEDEEMED. 



Polytechnic High School, January 1, 1910.. 

Geary Street Railway, July 1, 1910 

Water Supply, July 1, 1910 



456,000 




456,000 


1,100,000 


800,000 


1.900,000 


135,000 


990,000 


1,125,000 



[5] 



3i/ 2 PER CENT BONDS OF JULY 1, 1904. GENERAL ACCOUNTING. 



Amount Carried Not Issued 
at Election. $25, $50, $75 Bonds 



County Jail and Hall of Justice $ 697,000 

Golden Gate Park Extension to Presidio 330,000 

Hospital 1,000,000 

Library 1,647,000 

Mission Park 293,000 

Playgrounds 741,000 

Schools 3,595,000 

Sewers 7,250,000 

Streets 1,621,000 



$17,174,000 



Total authorized by Popular Vote $17,174,000 

Canceled, all $25, $50. and $75 Bonds 

never issued 14,000 



Issued 

Canceled by order of Board of Supervisors.. 
Not Issued or Canceled 



$17,160,000 



$ 1,000 
2,000 



3,000 
1,000 
1,000 
3,000 
2,000 
1,000 

$14,000 



$ 6.355.300 
9,046.000 
1,758,700 

$17,160,000 



Issued. 

$ 278,400 
328,000 
250,000 
739,800 
292,000 
740,000 
1,305,500 
1,449,600 
972,000 

$6,355,300 



Canceled 190910 
by Board 

of Supervisors 
$ 417,600 



750,000 



1.975,600 

5,254,800 

648,000 

$9,046,000 



Not Issued 
or Canceled 



$ 904,200 



310,900 
543,600 



1,758,700 



$100 Bonds $500 Bonds $1000 BondB 
County Jail and Hall of Justice — 

Issued and Redeemed 1 to 63 1 to 35 1 to 98 

Issued and Outstanding 64 " 144 36" 80 99" 224 

Canceled 145" 360 81" 200 225" 560 

Golden Gate Park Extension — 

Issued and Redeemed 1" 49 1" 49 1" 28 

Issued and Outstanding 50" 280 50" 278 29" 161 

Hospital — 

Issued and Redeemed 1 " 140 1" 70 1 " 126 

Issued and Outstanding 141" 200 71" 100 127" 180 

Canceled 201" 500 101" 400 181" 750 

Librarv — 

Issued and Redeemed 1 " 147 1" 98 1 " 224 

Issued and Outstanding 148" 378 99" 252 225" 576 

Not issued 379" 840 253" 566 577 " 1277 

Mission Park — 

Issued and Redeemed 1" 56 1" 21 1" 35 

Issued and Outstanding 57" 320 22" 120 36" 200 

Plavgrounds— 

Issued and Redeemed 1" 70 1" 21 1 " 112 

Issued and Outstanding 71" 430 22" 128 113" 633 

Schools — 

Issued and Redeemed 1 " 301 1 " 259 1 " 469 

Issued and Outstanding 302" 605 260" 518 470" 986 

Not issued 606" 774 519" 666 987 " 1206 

Canceled 775 " 1735 667 " 1481 1207 " 2678 

Sewers — 

Issued and Redeemed 1" 644 1" 476 1" 966 

Issued and Outstanding 645" 736 477" 544 967 " 1104 

Not issued 737 " 1012 545" 74S 1105 " 1518 

Canceled 1013 " 3680 749 " 2726 1519" 5517 

Streets — 

Issued and Redeemed 1 " 140 1 " 105 1" 217 

Issued and Outstanding 141" 480 106" 360 218" 744 

Not issued (none) 

Canceled 481" 800 361" 606 745 " 1237 



Amount. 



$ 121,800 
156.600 
417,600 



57.400 
270,600 



175,000 

75,000 

750,000 



287,700 
452,100 
904,200 



51,100 
240,900 



129,500 
610,500 

628,600 

676,900 

310,900 

1,975,600 

1,268,400 
181,200 
543,600 

5,254,800 



283,500 

688,500 



$ 696,000 



328,000 



1,000,000 



1,644,000 



740,000 



3,592,000 



7,248,000 



1,620,000 
$17,160,000 



[7] 



ANNUAL SINKING FUND 1912-13 TO 1920-21 IF ALL AUTHORIZED BONDS ARE ISSUED. 



1912-13. 
Bonds of 1904. 3V 2 %. 

County Jail and Hall of Justice..$ 17,400 

Golden Gate Park Extension 8,200 

Hospital 25,000 

Library 41,100 

Mission Park 7,300 

Playgrounds 18,500 

Schools 89,800 

Sewers 181,200 

Streets 40,500 



Fiscal year Fiscal year Fiscal year Fiscal year 



1913-14. 1914-15. 1915-16. 



$ 17,400 
8,200 
25,000 
41,100 
7,300 
18.500 
89,800 
181,200 
40,500 



17,400 

8,200 

25,000 

41,100 

7,300 

18,500 

89,800 

181.200 

40,500 



17,400 
8,200 



41,100 
7,300 
18,500 
89,800 
181,200 
40,500 



Fiscal year 
1916-17. 

$ 17,400 
8,200 

41,100 

7,300 

18,500 

89,800 

40,500 



Fiscal year 
1917-18 
1918-19 
1919-20. 

$ 17,400 
8,200 

41,100 
7,300 

18,500 
89,800 

40,500 



Fiscal year 
1920-21. 

$ 17,400 
8,200 

41,100 

7,300 
18,500 
89,800 

40,500 



Bonds of 1908. 5%. 

Fire Protection 

Garbage Disposal 50,000 50,000 

Hall of Justice 50,000 50,000 

Hospital 100,000 

Schools 

Sewers 



50,000 

50,000 

100,000 

200,000 



50,000 

50,000 

100,000 

200,000 

100,000 



130,000 
50,000 
50,000 
100,000 
200,000 
100,000 



130,000 
50,000 
50,000 
100,000 
200,000 
100,000 



130,000 
50,000 
50,000 
100,000 
200,000 
100,000 



Bonds — Miscellaneous. 4V 2 %. 

Water Supply 1909 100,000 

Polytechnic High School 1910 

Gearv Street Railway 1910 

Water Supply 1910 



100.000 
25,000 



100,000 
25,000 



25,000 
101,000 



25,000 
101,000 



25,000 
101,000 



25,000 

101,000 

1,000,000 



Miscellaneous. 5%. 

Exposition 1912 
City Hall 1912 ... 



200,000 
200,000 



200,000 
200,000 



$629,000 $754,000 $1,154,000 $1,230,000 $1,178,800 $1,378,800 $2,378,S00 



BONDS SOLD DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1911-12. 



1904— School $ 188,900 

Sewer 181,200 

Street 30,000 

1908— Fire Protection 320,000 

Garbage Disposal 8,000 

Hospital 200.000 

Hall of Justice 140,000 

Schools 500,000 

Sewers 600,000 

1910— Geary Street Railway 800,000 

Water Supply 990,000 



$3,958,100 



Accrued 
Interest. 







212.14 


19,344.64 


2,177.79 




194.45 


7,049.00 


2,194.44 


4,578.00 


1,536.11 


25,788.00 


4,444.45 


36,257.36 


4,083.36 


2,074.00 


8,888.90 




17,529.53 







$95,091.00 



$42,502.69 



BONDS REDEEMED DURING FISCAL YEAR 1911 12. 

$100 

1904 — County Jail and Hall of Justice 55 

Golden Gate Park Extension 43 

Hospital 121 

Library 127 

Mission Park 49 

Playgrounds 61 

Schools 259 

Sewers 553 

Streets 121 

1908 — Garbage Disposal 

1909— Water Supply 



Bonds, 
to 63 
" 49 
" 140 
" 147 
" 56 
" 70 
" 301 
" 644 
" 140 



$500 Bonds. $1000 Bonds. 






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31 to 35 
43" 49 
61" 70 
85 ' ' 98 
19" 21 
19" 21 
223 ' ' 259 
409" 476 
91" 105 



85 to 98 

25 ' ' 28 

109" 126 

193" 224 

21" 25 

97" 112 

403" 469 

829" 966 

187" 217 

1" 50 

201" 300 



Amount. 

$ 17,400 

8,200 

25,000 

41,100 

7,300 

18,500 

89,800 

181,200 

40,500 

50,000 

100,000 

$579,000 



BOND ACCOUNT— GENERAL STATEMENT FISCAL YEAR 1911-12. 



Bonds 



Bonds Outstanding Bonds Issued Bonds Redeemed Outstanding 



June 30, 1911 
Bonds— Issue of July 1, 1904. 3y 2 %. 

County Jail and Hall of Justice $ 174,000 

Golden Gate Park Extension to Presidio 278,800 

Hospital 100,000 

Library 493,200 

Mission Park 248,200 

Playgrounds 629^000 

Schools 577,800 188,900 

Sewers 181,200 181,200 

Streets 699,000 30,000 

Bonds — Issue of July 1, 1908. 57r. 

Fire Protection 4,200,000 320,000 

Garbage Disposal 848,000 8,000 

Hospital 1,320,000 200,000 

Hall of Justice 860,000 140,000 

Schools 3,500,000 500,000 

Sewers 2,600,000 600,000 

Miscellaneous Bonds. 4 1 / 2 7c- 

Water Supply— Issue of January 1, 1909 400,000 

Polytechnic High School — Issue of January 1, 1910.. 456,000 

Geary Street Railway— Issue of July 1, 1910 1,100,000 800,000 

Water Supply— Issue of July 1, 1910 135,000 990,000 

$18,800,200 $3,958,100 



1911 12. June 30, 1912. 



$ 17,400 

8,200 

25,000 

41,100 

7,300 

18,500 

89,800 

181,200 

40,500 



50,000 



100,000 



$579,000 



156,600 
270,600 
75,000 
452,100 
240,900 
610,500 
676,900 
181,200 
688,500 



4,520,000 
806,000 
1,520,000 
1,000,000 
4,000,000 
3,200,000 



300,000 

456,000 

1,900,000 

1,125,000 

$22,179,300 



BOND ACCOUNT— GENERAL ACCOUNTING OF AUTHORIZED ISSUE JUNE 30, 1912. 



Authorized. Canceled. 
Bonds— Issue of July 1, 1904. ZV 2 %. 

County Jail and Hall of Justice $ 697,000 $ 418,600 

Golden Gate Park Extension to Presidio 330,000 2,000 

Hospital 1,000,000 750,000 

Library 1,647,000 3,000 

Mission Park 293,000 1,000 

Playgrounds 741,000 1,000 

Schools 3,595,000 1,978,600 

Sewers 7,250,000 5,256,800 

Streets 1,621,000 649,000 

Bonds— Issue of July 1, 1908. 5%. 

Fire Protection 5,200,000 

Garbage Disposal 1,000,000 

Hall of Justice - 1,000,000 

Hospital 2,000,000 

Schools 5,000,000 

Sewers 4,000,000 

Miscellaneous Bonds. 4y 2 %. 

Water Supply of January 1, 1909 600,000 

Polytechnic High School of January 1, 1910 600,000 

Geary Street Bailway of Julv 1, 1910 2,020,000 

Water Supply of July 1, 1910 45,000,000 

Miscellaneous Bonds. 5 r / r . 

City Hall of July 1, 1912 8,800,000 

Exposition of May 1, 1912 5,000,000 

Redeemed to June 30, 1912...... ~.Tr7^7^^r„„_™ =2 J97,394,000 $ 9,060.000 

Bonds Outstanding June 30, 1912.. 

Authorized 97,394,000 

Canceled 9,060,000 88,334,000 

Sold $25,532,300 

Unsold 62,801,700 $88,334,000 

Outstanding June 30, 1912 






1! 



Sold. 

278,400 
328,000 
250,000 
739,800 
292,000 
740,000 
1,305,500 
1,449,600 
972,000 



4,520,000 
856,000 
1,000,000 
1,520,000 
4,000,000 
3,200,000 



904,200 



310,900 
543,600 



6S0.000 
144,000 

480,000 

1,000,000 

800,000 



600,000 

456,000 144,000 

1.900,000 120,000 

1,125,000 43,875,000 



8,800,00(1 

5,000,000 

$25,532,300 $62,801,700 

3,353,000 

$22,179,300 

$22,179,300 



BONDS OF JULY 1, 1904— WHEN DUE. 



When Due. 



Golden Gate 
County Jail and 



June 30, 1912 $17,400 

" " 1913 17,400 

" " 1914 17,400 

" " 1915 17,400 

" " 1916 17,400 

" " 1917 17,400 

" " 1918 17,400 

" " 1919 17,400 

" " 1920 17,400 

" " 1921 Canceled 

" " 1922 Canceled 

" " 1923 Canceled 

" " 1924 Canceled 

" " 1925 Canceled 

" " 1926 Canceled 

" " 1927 Canceled 

" " 1928 Canceled 

" " 1929 Canceled 

" " 1930 Canceled 

" " 1931 Canceled 

" " 1932 Canceled 

" " 1933 Canceled 

" " 1934 Canceled 

" " 1935 Canceled 

" " 1936 Canceled 

" " 1937 Canceled 

" " 1938 Canceled 

" " 1939 Canceled 

" " 1940 Canceled 

" " 1941 Canceled 

" " 1942 Canceled 

" " 1943 Canceled 

" " 1944 Canceled 



1 Park 

. Extensic 
$8,200 
8,200 


n. Hospital. 
$25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 


Library. 

$41,100 
41,100 
41,100 
41,100 
41,100 
41,100 
41,100 
41,100 
41,100 
41,100 
41,100 


Mission 
Park. 

$7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 
7,300 


Playgroun 
$18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
1S,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 
18,500 


Is. Schools. 
$89,800 
89,800 
89,800 
89,800 
89,800 
89,800 
89,800 
48,300 


Streets. 

$40,500 

40,500 

40,500 

40,500 

40,500 

40,500 

40,500 

40,500 

40,500 

40,500 

40,500 

40,500 

40,500 

40,500 

40,500 

40,500 

40,500 

Canceled 

Canceled 

Canceled 

Canceled 

Canceled 

Canceled 

Caneeeld 

Canceled 

Canceled 

Canceled 

Canceled 

Canceled 

Canceled 

Canceled 

Canceled 

Canceled 


Sewers. 
$181,200 


8,200 




8,200 




8,200 
8,200 
S,200 
8,200 
8,200 


Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 


8,200 






8,200 






8,200 
8,200 
8,200 


Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 
Canceled 




......... 


Canceled 


8,200 
8,200 
8,200 
8,200 


















8,200 
8,200 










8,200 






8,200 
8,200 










8,200 






8,200 
8,200 
8,200 














8,200 
8,200 
8,200 














8,200 






8,200 






8,200 













$156,600 $270,600 $75,000 $452,100 $240,900 $610,500 $676,900 $688,500 $181,200 

Each blank space above indicates the amount (annual) not issued being the same as appears at top of 
column when blanks occur. The school column shows a part of annual amount, being all that has been issued of 
that series. 



WATER SUPPLY BONDS OF JANUARY 1, 1909— WHEN DUE. 

January 1, 1913 $100,000 

" " 1914 100,000 

" " 1915 100,000 



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NUMBERS OF BONDS AND WHEN DUE— ISSUE OF JULY 1, 1908— ALL BONDS $1000 EACH. 
Fire Protection Garbage Disposal Hall of Justice Hospital Schools 









50 — 


51 to 


100 


50 — 


1 to 


50 





















42 — 


101 " 


142 


50 — 


51 " 


100 


76 — 1 to 


76 

















42 — 


151 " 


192 


50 — 


101 " 


150 


76 — 101 • 


176 


160 — 1 tc 


160 












42 — 


201 " 


242 


50 — 


151 " 


200 


76 — 201 ' 


276 


160 — 201 • 


360 


80 — 1 to 


80 




113 — 1 tc 


113 


42 — 


251 " 


292 


50 — 


201 " 


250 


76 — 301 ' 


376 


160 — 401 ' 


560 


80 — 101 • 


180 




113 — 131 ' 


243 


42 — 


301 " 


342 


50 — 


'J". 1 " 


300 


76 401 ' 


476 


160 — 601 ' 


760 


80 — 201 ' 


280 





113— 261 ' 


373 


42 — 


351 " 


392 


50 — 


301 " 


350 


76 — 501 ' 


576 


160 — 801 ' 


960 


80 — 301 " 


380 





113 — 391 ' 


503 


42 — 


401 " 


442 


50 — 


351 ■• 


400 


76 — 601 ' 


676 


160 — 1001 ' 


1160 


80 — 401 ' 


480 





113 — 521 ' 


633 


42 — 


451 " 


492 


50 — 


401 " 


450 


76 — 701 ' 


776 


160 — 1201 ' 


1360 


80 — 501 ' 


580 




113 — 651 ' 


763 


42 — 


501 " 


542 


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300 


76 — 801 ' 


876 


160 — 1401 ' 


1560 


80 — 601 ' 


680 




113 — 781 ' 


893 


42 — 


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592 


50 — 


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550 


76 — 901 ' 


976 


160 — 1601 ' 


1760 


80 — 701 ' 


780 





113 — 911 ' 


1023 


42 — 


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642 


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551 •' 


600 


76 — 1001 ' 


1076 


160 — 1801 ' 


1960 


80 — 801 ' 


880 





113 — 1041 ' 


1153 


42 — 


651 '• 


692 


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601 " 


650 


76 — 1101 ' 


1176 


160 — 2001 ' 


2160 


80 — 901 ' 


930 




113 — 1171 ' 


1283 


42 — 


701 " 


742 


50 — 


651 •' 


700 


76 — 1201 • 


1276 


160 — 2201 ' 


2360 


80 — 1001 ' 


1080 




113 — 1301 ' 


1413 


42 — 


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792 


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750 


76 — 1301 ' 


1376 


160 — 2401 ' 


2560 


80 — 1101 ' 


1180 





113 — 1431 ' 


1543 


42 — 


801 " 


842 


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800 


76 — 1401 ' 


1476 


160 — 2601 ' 


2760 


80 — 1201 ' 


1280 





113 — 1561 ' 


1673 


42 — 


851 " 


892 


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850 


76 — 1501 ' 


1576 


160 — 2801 ' 


2960 


80 — 1301 - 


1380 





113 — 1691 ' 


1803 


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942 


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900 


76 — 1601 ' 


1676 


160 — 3001 ' 


3160 


80 1401 ' 


1480 





113 — 1821 ' 


1933 


42 — 


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992 


50 — 


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950 


76 — 1701 ' 


1776 


160 — 3201 ' 


3360 


80 — 1501 • 


1580 





113 — 1951 ' 


2063 








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1000 


76 — 1801 ' 


1876 


160 — 3401 ' 


3560 


80 — 1601 ' 


1680 




113 — 2081 ' 


2193 














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1976 


160 3601 ' 


3760 


80 — 1701 ' 


1780 





113 — 2211 ' 


2323 


















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3960 


80 — 1801 ' 


1880 


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113 — 2341 ' 


2453 


















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4160 


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113 — 2471 ' 


2583 


















160 4201 ' 


4360 


80 — 2001 ' 


2080 




113 — 2601 ' 


2713 


















160 4401 ' 


4560 


80 — 2101 • 


2180 


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113 — 2731 ' 


2843 


















160 4601 ' 


4760 


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2280 


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113 — 2861 ' 


2973 


















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4960 


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2380 


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3103 






















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3233 






















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2580 


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3363 






















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2680 


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3493 






















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2780 


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3623 






















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2880 


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113 — 3641 ' 


3753 






















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113 — 3771 ' 


3883 






















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3080 




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4013 






















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3180 


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4143 






















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3680 
3780 
3880 
3980 



RECAPITULATION 
Sales of Bonds, Issue of July 1, 1908 for 4 Years Ending June 30, 1912. 



Fire Protection 4 -5r? Bonds 

Garbage Disposal °^° 

Hall of Justice 1 >°00 

Hospital l^gO 

Schools *>000 

Sewers 3 > 200 



$ 4.520,000 
856.000 
1,000,000 
1,520,000 
4,000,000 
3,200,000 

$15,096,000 



Premium. 
$ 498.212.54 
65,104.00 
72,468.60 

94.533.60 
287,051.40 
298,960.86 

$1,316,331.00 



Average Premium nearly 8.72%. 



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NUMBER OF BONDS AND WHEN DUE. MISCELLANEOUS. ALL BONDS $1000 EACH. 

Polytechnic High School Geary street EaUway 

When Due. When Due 



January 1, 1914.. 

" " 1915.. 

" " 1916.. 

" 1917.. 

" 1918.. 

" " 1919.. 

" " 1920.. 

" " 1921.. 

" 1922.. 

" " 1923.. 

" 1924.. 

" " 1925.. 

" " 1926.. 

" " 1927.. 

" " 1928.. 

" " 1929.. 

" " 1930.. 

" " 1931.. 

" " 1932.. 

" " 1933.. 

" 1934.. 

" *' 1935.. 

" " 1936.. 

" " 1937... 



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' 44 


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' 69 


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' 94 


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' 119 


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' 144 


19 


151 ' 


' 169 


19 


176' 


' 194 


19 


201' 


' 219 


19 


226' 


' 244 


19 


251 ' 


' 269 


19 


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' 294 


19 


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' 319 


19 


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' 344 


19 


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' 369 


19 


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19 


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19 


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19 


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19 


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19 


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19 


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19 


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Julv 1, 1915 95 

" " 1916 



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1924.. 
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' 190 


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' 285 


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' 380 


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95 


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' 570 


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' 665 


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' 760 


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95 


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1805 


95 


1806' 


1900 



1900 @ $1,000, $1,900,000 



456 @ $1,000, $456,000 

WATER SUPPLY, 1910. 
When Due. 

July 1, 1920 _ 25 

1921 25 

1922 25 

1923 25 

1924 25 

1925 95 

1926 "" 5g 

192^ 25 

1928 o 5 






1929 

1930 

1931 "' 25 

1932 " 05 

1933 2 5 

1934 :;:;_ v; 

1935 25 

1936 



1937 2 5 

1938 " 05 

1939 zzzzzzzzzz: 2S 



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1942.. 
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1945.. 
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1947.. 
1948.. 
1949.. 
1950.. 
1951.. 
1952.. 
1953.. 
1954.. 
1955.. 
1956.. 
1957.. 
103^. 
1959.. 



I960.. 
1961.. 
1962.. 



25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
23 
25 



■:- 



1963 

1964 9"=; 



1 to 25 


1,001 


' 1.025 


2,001 


' 2,025 


3,001 


' 3,025 


4.001 


' 4,025 


5.001 


' 5.025 


6.001 


' 6.025 


7,001 ' 


' 7,025 


8.001 ' 


' 8,025 


9.001 ' 


' 9,025 


10,001 ' 


' 10,025 


11.001' 


' 11.025 


12,001 ' 


' 12.025 


13.001 ' 


' 13.025 


14.001 ' 


' 14.025 


15.001 ' 


' 15,025 


16.001 ' 


' 16.025 


17.001 ' 


' 17,025 


18.001' 


' 18,025 


19.001 ' 


' 19.025 


20.001 ' 


' 20,025 


21.001 ' 


' 21,025 


22,001 ' 


' 22,025 


23.001 ' 


' 23.025 


24,001 ' 


' 24.025 


25.001 ' 


' 25,025 


26.001 ' 


' 26.025 


27.001' 


' 27,025 


28,001 ' 


' 28,025 


29.001 ' 


' 29,025 


30,001 ' 


' 30,025 


31,001 ' 


' 31.025 


32.001 ' 


32.025 


33,001 ' 


33.025 


34,001 ' 


34.025 


35,001 ' 


35.025 


36.001 ' 


36.025 


37.001 ' 


37.025 


38.001 ' 


38,025 


39.001 • 


39.025 


40.001 ' 


40.025 


41.001 ' 


41,025 


42.001 ' 


42,025 


43.001' 


43,025 


44,001 ' 


44,025 



1125 @ $1,000, $1,125,000 
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COUPON ACCOUNT— FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 

County Jail and Hall of Justice — 

3i/o per cent, Bonds of 1904. 
Coupons due fiscal year 1911-1912 — 

$174,000 6 months $ 3,045.00 

156,600 6 " 2,740.50 $ 5,785.50 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 5,785.50 






Golden Gate Park Extension to Presidio — 
3V 2 per cent, Bonds of 1904. 
Coupons due fiscal year 1911-1912 — 

$278,800 6 months 4,879.00 

270,600 6 " 4,735.50 9,614.50 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 9,614.50 

Hospital — 

3i<. per cent, Bonds of 1904. 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911, 3'i per cent 87.50 

Coupons due fiscal vear 1911-1912 — 

$100,000 6 months 1,750.00 

75,000 6 " 1,312.50 3,150.00 



Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 3,062.50 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1912 

$500 Bonds, Coupon No. 4, Bonds 11 to 20, 10 Coupons @ $8.75 87.50 

Library — 

3% per cent, Bonds of 1904. 

Coupons due and unpaid Juue 30, 1911 122.50 

Coupons due fiscal vear 1911-1912 — 

$493,200 6 months "8,631.00 

452,100 6 " 7,911.75 16,665.25 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 16,665.25 

Mission Park — 

3V 2 per cent, Bonds of 1904. 
Coupons due fiscal year 1911-1912 — 

$248,200 6 months 4,343.50 

240,900 6 " 4,215.75 8,559.25 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 8,559.25 

Playgrounds — 

3% per cent, Bonds of 1904. 
Coupons due fiscal year 1911-1912 — 

$629,000 6 months 11,007.50 

610,500 6 " 10,683.75 21,691.25 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 21,691.25 

Schools — 

31/2 per cent, Bonds of 1904. 
Coupons due fiscal year 1911-1912 — 

$577,800 6 months 10,111.50 

609,900 6 " 10,673.25 20,784.75 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 20,697.25 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1912 

$1000 Bonds, No. 15, of Bonds 931 to 935, 5 Coupons @ $17.50 87.50 

Forward 

Sewers — 

No interest paid — All Coupons of redeemed bonds on file. 

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COUPON ACCOUNT— FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1912 (Continued). 
Streets — 

3% per cent. Bonds of 1904. Amount brought forward $175.00 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911 _ 119.00 

Coupons due fiscal vear 1911-1912 — 

$699,000 6 months 12,232.50 

658,500 6 " 11,523.75 23,875.25 



Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 23,730.00 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1912 

$ 100 Bonds, No. 13 to 15 of Bonds 364 to 366, No. 15 of Bonds No. 387 

to 390. 13 Coupons @ $1.75 22.75 

Bonds, No. 15 of Bonds 508 to 512, 557, 558, 7 Coupons @ $17.50 122.50 



145.25 



Fire Protection Bonds of 1908, 5 Per Cent — 

Coupons due fiscal year 1911-1912; $4,200,000, 1 year 210,000.00 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911 100.00 210,100.00 



Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 210,100.00 



Garbage Disposal — 

5 per cent Bonds of 1908. 
Coupons due fiscal vear 1911-1912 — 

$840,000 6 months 21,000.00 

798,000 6 " 19,950.00 40,950.00 



Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-12 40,950.00 

Hospital — 

5 per cent Bonds of 1908. 
Coupons due fiscal year 1911-1912 — 

$1,320,000 6 months _ 33,000.00 

1,520,000 6 " 38,000.00 71,000.00 



Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 70,600.00 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1912 

Coupon No. 9 of Bonds 35 to 49, 246, 16 Coupons @ $25 400.00 



School — 

5 per cent Bonds of 1908 — 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911 225.00 

Coupons due fiscal vear 1911-1912 — 

$3,500,000 6 months 87,500.00 

3,750,000 6 " 93,750.00 181,475.00 



Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 179,675.00 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1912 

Coupons No. 9 of Bonds 286 to 294, 487 to 496, 2303, 2453 to 245*7 

Coupons No. 5 to 7 of Bonds 2421 to 2429. / 

Coupons Nos. 6, 7 of Bonds 3685 to 3689 and 3712 to 3716. 

72 Coupons @ $25 each 1,800.00 



Sewer — 

5 per cent Bonds of 1908. 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911 125.00 

Coupons due fiscal year 1911-1912, $2,600,000 1 year 130,000.00 130,125.00 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 128,825.00 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, iga-1912 1,300.00 

Coupons Nos. 6, 7 of Bonds 2046 to 2065. 

Coupons Nos. 5, 6, 7 of Bonds 3016 to 3019, 52 Coupons @ $25.00 1,300.00 

Water Supply — 

4Vs per cent Bonds of 1909. 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911 382.50 

Coupons due fiscal year 1911-1912, $400,000 1 year 18,000.00 18,382.50 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 17,932.50 



Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1912 

No. 5, 6, of Bonds 378 to 387, 20 Coupons @ $22.50.. 



Carried forward.. 4,270.25 

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COUPON ACCOUNT— FISCAL YEAB ENDING JUNE 30, 1912 (Continued). 
Polytechnic High School — 

4% per cent Bonds of 1910. Amount brought forward $4,270.25 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911. None. 

Coupons due fiscal year 1911-1912, $456,000 1 year 20,520.00 

Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 20,497.50 



Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1912.. 
Coupon No. 4 of Bond 144 



Geary Street Bailway — 

Bonds of 1910, 4V 2 per cent. 

Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1911 90.00 

Coupons due fiscal year 1911-1912 — 

$1,088,000 6 months .' 24,480.00 

1,110,000 6 " 24,975.00 49,545.00 



Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 47,610.00 



Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1912 1,935.00 

No. 23 of Bonds 291 to 298, 395, 410, 411, 870, 1546 to 1550, 1661 to 1670, 

1816 to 1818. < r 
No. 3 of Bonds 216 to 235, 1167 to 1172. y 
86 Coupons @ $22.50 1,935.00 



Water Supply — 

Bonds of 1910, 4% per cent. 
Coupons due fiscal year 1911-1912- — 

$122,000 6 months 2,745.00 

977,000 6 " 21,982.50 24,727.50 



Coupons paid fiscal year 1911-1912 24,727.50 

Total Coupons due and unpaid June 30, 1912 $ 6,227.75 



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